New book on Redhat Linux for beginners
O'Reilly Associates, a highly regarded publisher on Unix and Internet topics has a new book out on installing Redhat, aimed at beginners. In the author's own words:
At one time, one had to know a good bit about computers to get a Linux system up and running. But, that's much less true today. Essentially every modern operating system -- including MS Windows -- is based on Unix
Writing for those unfamiliar with Unix involves helping the reader see that Unix lives inside MS Windows. That's what I've tried to do in this book: To build a bridge between the familiar world of MS Windows and the seemingly unfamiliar world of Unix.
The book includes a CDROM, so you it should have everything to get up and running quickly. Redhat, the company, is also offering a special edition of the book with technical support included
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